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Gmail Captcha problem

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by aquitaine, Jun 17, 2009.

  1. aquitaine

    aquitaine Newbie

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    Hi,
    New to the forum here and this is a starter question, hope someone can help!

    I was doing some mailing via Gmail, and i notice that when you send out about 10 mails, gMail will lock down your account with a captcha.

    So i got an account with decaptcha and programmed the API in to solve the captchas. The captcha's solve fine, but gMail still wont remove the lock.

    Odd thing is that if i solve the captcha manually via the browser the account gets unlocked fine and i can do another 10 sends.

    Does anyone have experience with this ? Any help please ?

    thanks !!
     
  2. dspa72

    dspa72 Junior Member

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    it's quite strange....when you decaptch with the api, you have to put the code in the form via web, so it's like you are a human which is typing.... I don't think google is able to catch this. Anyway, I decaptch hundreds of accounts per day without any problem
     
  3. aquitaine

    aquitaine Newbie

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    dspa . what i think the problem may be is that since im doing this server side, it does the login to gmail via the html interface and not the html + ajax interface so google can tell that it's probably not a real human being, that being said, im sure there's a way to overcome that problem which i dont see at the moment

    What do you use to decaptch? Is it server side (linux) code or from the desktop?